Mercedes-Benz Malaysia Commercial Vehicles, recently presented 15 FUSO truck customers who participated in the FUSO Diamond Mini Draw Contest 2016 / 2017 with attractive prizes in a special customer appreciation event.
Five of the lucky 15 winners each won an exclusive trip to Japan and service and parts vouchers worth a total of RM 85,000. Meanwhile, 10 other fortunate customers each won consolation prizes of service vouchers worth RM 1,000.
Toi Toi Services Sdn. Bhd. emerged as the winner of the Mini Draw grand prize; receiving a trip to Japan and service and parts vouchers worth RM 5,000. Meanwhile, Biforst Logistics Sdn. Bhd., Lee Tin San Lorry Transport Sdn. Bhd., SK Keong Trading Sdn. Bhd and Dynasty Recycling Disposal Service Sdn. Bhd., were named first, second, third and fourth prize winners, bagging a trip to Japan and service and parts vouchers worth RM 4,000, RM 3,000, RM 2,000 and RM 1,000 respectively.
The 10 consolation prizes went to Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru, Tan Yeong Aik, Syed Food Holdings Sdn. Bhd., Instant Logistics Enterprise, KB Atlantic Sdn. Bhd., GKV Brothers Enterprise, Hap Seng Plantation Sdn. Bhd., Namah Timber & Hardware Sdn. Bhd., PTWO Marketing Sdn. Bhd., and Bindu Florikultur Sdn. Bhd. Each received a RM 1,000 service and parts voucher.
The FUSO Diamond Draw contest is an initiative to acknowledge Mercedes-Benz Malaysia’s valued commercial vehicle customer base. The contest, which began in 2006, also serves as a platform for Mercedes-Benz Malaysia to engage with customers and demonstrate appreciation for their unwavering loyalty to the FUSO brand of commercial vehicles.
The FUSO Diamond Mini Draw Contest is open to customers who purchased FUSO trucks and registered with the Road Transport Department (JPJ) from 1 January 2016 to 31 May 2016. Customers who emerged winners in the Mini Draw Contest are also eligible to participate again in the upcoming FUSO Diamond Grand Final Draw Contest in 2017, and will stand a chance to win a Mercedes-Benz C200, as well as a trip to Japan and service vouchers, with a total worth of RM 385,000.